Media Embed is a PHP class that can embed video and images from remote sites. It takes the URL of a page in a remote site that may have images or video and sends HTTP requests to that site to retrieve details about that media like the title, description, size, and thumbnail images. The class can also generate HTML to embed the given remote site images or videos in the current site page. Currently, the class supports retrieving information and embedding media from sites like YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, DailyMotion, MySpace, MetaCafe, Revver, FiveMin, Clickthrough, DotSub, Revision 3, VideoJug, Blip, Viddler, Screener, SlideShare, Qik, Flickr, FunnyOrDie, TwitPic, and YFrog.
Media File System is a simple product that provides a Zope interface to an HTTP media streaming folder. It's based on (and requires) the LocalFS product. The product currently supports .ra, .rm, and .mp3 files. Whenever a new file is created, the original file is hidden from the management interface, and a player file is created and shown instead.
This is a set of MySQL UDFs (user defined functions) to work with memcached using libmemcached. With these functions, you can get, set, append, prepend, delete, increment, and decrement objects in memcached, provide statistics, and set which servers to use and which behavior the server connections will use. These functions can be combined with MySQL triggers. You can also use memcached as a global sequence generator for MySQL by making use of the increment function. These functions are compatible with all versions of MySQL.
Memonaut is a notebook application with brainstorming features. It is inspired by and aims to be a replacement for FreeMind and Google Notebook. Use it for meeting minutes, TODO lists, classroom notes, study lists, quizzes, etc. It allows you to move, indent, and structure your notes easily. It runs in a Web browser and can be run offline. It supports multi-level notes for threaded discussions. You can create new notebooks and save them. It has full keyboard support.